A productivity game is a type of serious game which utilizes real-world to-do lists in order to tally scores upon completion of listed or scheduled tasks. Productivity-oriented video games have arose as personally-engaging, rewards-dispensing means of focusing upon real-world tasks which would not, in the views of game creators, be normally seen as enjoyable by gamers. The goal of many games is to improve human productivity[1][2][3].=



  1. jebush (Nov 3, 2009 10:47:30 AM). [ When Play Equals Work: Productivity Games]. Cisco Systems.
  2. Ross Smith (Saturday, June 21, 2008 6:18 PM). Productivity Games – Using Games to Improve Quality. Google Testing Blog.
  3. {{cite web|url = = =Turning a To-Do List Into a Game|author = Nick Bilton|publisher = Bits blog, New York Times|date = July 9, 2010, 7:13 AM}}

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